> -----Original Message----- > From: Pablo Oliva [mailto:poliva at cox.net] > Sent: Wednesday, July 10, 2002 9:45 PM > > Search engines have trouble indexing dynamic pages, correct? Is the > only problem that prevents pages from being indexed the fact that an > address/url has a query string, in particular a "?", in the > url, or are > there other things that I should look for? that is one of the things that will/can prevent your site from being indexed. google supports querystrings except i've heard they do not give that page a pagerank even though it is indexed. this would put your page at the bottom of any query. and as far as other things go, try www.searchenginewatch.com for more information on what not to do. one thing i know is bad is putting a bunch of hiddent text that the users do not see. for example porn sites put a bunch of different keywords so that they are included in a wider variety searches. so don't do that. but as far as the querystring thing goes, depending on what platform you are on it can be easily fixed. chris.